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Soft computing and trust-based self-organized hierarchical energy balance routing protocol (TSHEB) in wireless sensor networks

  • G. AshaEmail author
  • R. Santhosh
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Abstract

Nowadays, network lifetime is an important factor in the wireless sensor network, and it produces due to a large amount of data communication between the nodes and less battery storage. To avoid this issue, a new paradigm called trust-based self-organized hierarchical energy balance routing protocol is proposed and it helps to solve the most important issues in wireless sensor networks such as security and storage. Here, trust denotes the energy level maintaining in each sensor node and transaction between its neighbor nodes and cluster heads. This trust-based self-organized hierarchical energy balance routing protocol helps to enhance the network lifetime to maintain the energy level of sensor node as well as drastically increase the packet delivery rate by increasing the number of nodes in the wireless networks.

Keywords

Wireless sensor network Trust TSHEB Sensor nodes 

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Conflict of interest

Both authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of CSEKarpagam Academy of Higher EducationCoimbatoreIndia

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